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The former GOP Arkansas governor used a bonkers analogy to take aim at "the left & media." It backfired.
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John Garamendi warned “Don Jr. better not get anyplace close to me" after the president's son claimed Democrats wanted the coronavirus to kill millions.
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Ronald Klain said there is a “crisis of both confidence and competence."
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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the Texas senator go at it over Mike Pence's selection as leader of battle against the spreading coronavirus.
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The ruling “all but assures future Presidential stonewalling of Congress,” a dissenting judge wrote.
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Health experts told HuffPost that a wall at the southern U.S. border is “not going to keep [the virus] out.”
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Journalist Laura Bassett has a theory on why the “Hardball” host defended Mike Bloomberg: because Matthews has been inappropriate to her, too.
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“He paid more attention to politics than he did to science, and that really created a health crisis in his state of Indiana," said the Democratic presidential candidate.
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Since 9/11, politicians haven't been held to account for the harmful Islamophobic programs they've put in place.
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The ruling out of Idaho lashed the Trump administration's "arbitrary and capricious" policy of slashing public input on environmental protections.
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Millions are uninsured, and many more face skyrocketing insurance costs. Others don’t have paid sick days.
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Seibt, a darling of the climate science denial movement, said she is a "fan" of Stefan Molyneux, a racist vlogger who has endorsed white nationalism.
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“I don’t want to encourage them,” one Trump voter said about casting a ballot in South Carolina's Democratic primary.
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In August, the president had withdrawn his previous nomination of the Texas GOP congressman to the post.
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An employee killed five fellow workers — sons, husbands and fathers — at a Molson Coors brewery in Wisconsin.
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Warren wants her super PAC to disclose its donors before Super Tuesday. The group says that’s not happening.
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What men may characterize as strong leadership, women see as bullying and abusive language, experts say.
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A North Carolina branch of the hotel chain will host a Sons of Confederate Veterans gathering, even after a racial justice group expressed concerns.
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Major media have been covering the COVID-19 coronavirus since January, when a widespread outbreak began in Wuhan, China, before spreading globally.